Washington Football Team: Three keys to victory in Week 15 vs. Seattle

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Dec 13, 2020; Glendale, Arizona, USA; Washington Football Team quarterback Alex Smith (11) throws a pass against the San Francisco 49ers during the first half at State Farm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

The Washington Football Team looks to extend their win streak to five straight games on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks.

Yep. Just as everyone expected, the Washington Football Team is in first place in the NFC East with three weeks to go. Not only that, but they are on a hot streak, being winners in four straight games. What’s that? A four-game heater for the Washington Football Team? A four-game heater, indeed.

Against the Seahawks, however, the Washington Football Team has a little more adversity than normal. They will be without starting quarterback Alex Smith, who is 4-1 this year as a starter. In his place is Dwayne Haskins, who will get another chance to start, after being benched in Week 5. Not only that, but key defenders like linebackers Cole Holcomb and Kevin Pierre-Louis will also be out, and they will also be without Deshazor Everrett, who got placed on IR this week.

And to add to that, it seems Antonio Gibson will miss his second straight game with turf toe. His official designation for Sunday’s game is doubtful.

Against what was already the Washington Football Team’s toughest opponent in the three remaining games, this added adversity will make getting the win much tougher. To pull off a victory against Russell Wilson and the Seahawks, a collective effort is needed.

Here are three keys to a Washington Football Team victory against the Seattle Seahawks.

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